Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

Click the links below for sports facilities near that city:

Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes
Kinnick Stadium Cedar Rapids, Iowa City & Waterloo Iowa City 1929 70,585 Home of Iowa Hawkeyes football (Big Ten)
Mid-America Center Omaha Council Bluffs 2002 7,000 Home of Iowa Blackhawks football (APFL), Omaha City Lancers (USHL), Omaha Rollergirls (WFTDA)
Jack Trice Stadium Des Moines Ames 1975 61,500 Home of Iowa State Cyclones football (Big 12)
Iowa Events Center Des Moines Des Moines 1955 16,980 Includes Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Polk County Convention Complex, Hy-Vee Hall & Wells Fargo Arena
Tyson Events Center Sioux City Sioux City 2003 10,000 Includes the Gateway Arena & Long Lines Family Recreation Center
McElroy Auditorium Cedar Rapids, Iowa City & Waterloo Waterloo 1936 8,735 Part of the National Cattle Congress complex
Carver-Hawkeye Arena Cedar Rapids, Iowa City & Waterloo Iowa City 1983 15,500 Home of Iowa Hawkeyes basketball, gymnastics, volleyball, wrestling (Big 10)
Hilton Coliseum Des Moines Ames 1971 14,384 Home of Iowa State Cyclones basketball, gymnastics, volleyball & wrestling (Big 12)
UNI-Dome Cedar Rapids, Iowa City & Waterloo Cedar Falls 1976 16,324 Home of Northern Iowa Panthers football (MVC) & the Iowa State high school football championship
Iowa Speedway Des Moines Newton 2006 30,000 IndyCar Series, NASCAR Nationwide Series, NCWTS, ARCA
Raceway Park of the Midlands Omaha Pacific Junction 2002 7,000 Alan Wilson-designed road circuit
Knoxville Raceway Des Moines Knoxville 1914 24,172 Knoxville Nationals, The "Sprint Car Capital of the World"
Principal Park Des Moines Des Moines 1992 12,000 Home of the Iowa Cubs (Chicago Cubs AAA affiliate)
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